Monthly Archives: September 2011

Poetry I Love: Acquainted with the Night

Lately sleep has not come easily for me, and tonight is no exception.  After lying in bed for hours, waiting for the drowsiness to take over I gave up and came outside.  It is cool and quiet out here.  Not … Continue reading

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Why I Love Autumn in the Country

It has been raining for almost 24 hours in my little town.  Last night’s thunderstorm has relaxed into a soothing drizzle and the temperature is just about perfect.  It feels like Autumn has arrived. This is my favorite time of … Continue reading

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Poetry I Love: IF…..

What is it that defines a person of substance? I have been turning that question over in my mind a lot lately. The closest I can come to answering this question is: Honesty, and the emotional and mental fortitude to … Continue reading

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Why I Run Hills

I can’t run fast, and I can’t run long distances, but I can run hills. I didn’t always love to run hills, in fact, I used to avoid hills as much as possible during my runs.  But then I realized … Continue reading

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Poetry I Love: If You Were Coming in the Fall

August (my least favorite month of the year) has finally come to a close.  While the days are still warm and the autumn mist has not yet set in, as far as I am concerned, we have entered my favorite … Continue reading

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